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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Photos by Deena Wang


Cow tongue, cooked with garlic. The original tongue was very large — almost the length of a forearm.



An mitBEEF member tries kidney. It was kind of not-tasty.



mitBEEF consumes every part of the cow. Counterclockwise from front center: fried penis, book tripe, beef tendon, beef feet, liver pate, beef marrow on bread, scrambled eggs and brains, sweet breads, heart, testicles, gelatin, kidney, mystery meat.



Nathan S. Lachenmyer ’10 spins two staves. He has been spinning for five years.



Alexandra M. Westbrook ‘13 spins a staff in the contact style. Some moves have unusual names, such as “The Steve,” in which the staff is spun down the arm and across the back.



Daniel J. Gonzalez ‘14 spins two poi. Poi are chains with a handle on one end and a wick on the other.












House sparrows were introduced to the Americas from England. They are a common sight throughout campus.



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